Student Safety — Our Top Priority

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Student safety has been the top priority at New Haven since its founding in 1995. The following are just a snippet of the policies and procedures that have been in place for decades to keep our students physically and emotionally safe. 30 Policies We’ve Relied On For Decades 1. Safety policies in line with state […]

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Life is Good – New Haven RTC Testimonial

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https://www.newhavenrtc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Kelly-Molinari-New-Haven-Alumni-Story.mp3 It was as if a spaceship had come down to Earth, and abducted my real daughter, and replaced her with this one. Hello, I am Kelly. My daughter is Katy, and she came to New Haven in November of 2012. She was 14 years old. I want to focus less on her journey story. […]

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8 Ways to Improve Sleep Quality When Your Teenage Daughter Has ADHD

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Parents understand that helping their child get enough sleep is important. It affects her mood, concentration, and performance at school. Fifty percent of individuals with ADHD have sleep problems. The most common for those with inattentive ADHD is restless sleep. She may be in bed eight to ten hours a night, but low sleep quality […]

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The 3 Causes of ADHD — She’s Not Misbehaving, She’s Learning

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There are three causes of ADHD symptoms: genetics, biology, and chemistry. Learning about these causes helps families understand that their daughter is not doing these behaviors intentionally. Having an adolescent with ADHD can be frustrating, heartbreaking, and entertaining—sometimes all at once. She’s a smart kid, but Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, also known as ADHD, makes […]

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Relational Therapy 101: Parents Guide to Selecting Residential Treatment Center

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“New Haven shows us that we are loved, teaches us how to love, and helps us spread love in our lives.” – Kristin, Alumna 2006 More than 20 years ago we looked around and found that there were no residential treatment programs that treated adolescents the way we’d want our own daughters to be treated […]

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Sacagawea House Reopens After Being Remodeled

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New Haven is pleased to announce the re-opening of the Sacagawea House at our Spanish Fork Campus. New Haven was founded in 1995 and the Sacagawea House was the original residence. Over the past decades, the Sacagawea House has served as a home and refuge for hundreds of young women, and the campus has grown […]

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It’s Time to Focus on Relationships

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Relationships and interactions help to define who we are and how we see the world. February often becomes a month where everyone thinks harder about relationships as we encounter all of the hearts and cupids tied to Valentine’s Day.  At New Haven Residential Treatment Center we not only focus on interpersonal relationships, but also our […]

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Celebrating Family Legacies

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As a torch is lit, we can recognize the warmth and safety that the light provides.  During our family legacy ceremony in Moab, the torch is lit and each family takes their turn sharing one of the legacies or values that they would like to pass along to their daughter.  As this is shared, a […]

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5 Holiday Tips

Posted by Matt Bartlett | Parenting Teens | 0 Comments

The holidays are a great time to enjoy family and friends and appreciate all that life has to offer. But they can also be a trying time, filled with stress, anxiety, unexpected temptations and a pace that can make your head spin. Along with all of the wonder and delight, it’s important to remember that […]

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Family Triangles

Posted by Brian McElligott | Parenting Teens | emotional triangulation family systems 0 Comments

One thing that hampers the health of a family system is the presence of family triangles, especially ones that are chronic or toxic. When two members of a family system experience anxiety or tension, it is common for one of them to find a third party and align with them against the other member of […]

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